Mixing It Up: Flowers, Foliage and Vegetables

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Taking a friend home the other day, we briefly stopped at my house first.  From the windows of the car I stared at the new growth popping up in the Yellow Garden that leads to the front door. Bright chartreuse infused all with a light haze of spring color, though many taller structural elements still [...]

Foodscaping on a Smaller Scale

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Gorgeous greens decorate a Pittsburgh rooftop garden. This is America. We super-size everything from our sofas to our fries. And when it comes to our plants the same rules apply – we want Mortgage Lifter tomatoes and Dill’s Atlantic Giant Pumpkins. Or do we? This is also America at the end of a [...]